Château Nenin 2005


The Châtean Nénin 2005 is flamboyant and vivacious on the nose with red cherries, pomegranate, leather and a light marine influence. This let’s it all hang out there. The palate is medium-bodied with supple ripe tannin, quite animally in style, a little feral with an easy-going, slightly savoury finish. This is just beginning to drink now and should give 15 or 20 years of pleasure. -Neal Martin, 90pts

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Winery Profile:
The Château Nenin estate is located in the small and prestigious Pomerol appellation , not far from the listed city of Saint-Emilion. Unlike neighboring estates, Château Petit Village or Beauregard, the vineyard covers no less than 32 hectares , which is important for the appellation. The vines are treated in the most beautiful way to offer fruity and delicate wines characteristic of Pomerol . The property is managed by the Delon family , it is indeed Jean-Hubert Delon who acquired it in 1997. It is equipped with high-performance and modern equipment to offer the best.

Region: Bordeaux, France
Grapes: Merlot
Volume: 750ml